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Recent Trail Shoe Reviews

Vasque Scree 2.0 Low UltraDry

rated 5 of 5 stars Durable, waterproof, great foot support, for variety of conditions. Model 2011. So far, the best and most durable shoes/boots I ever had. I am a fan of Vasque in general, and, once I bought Wasatch (higher boots) for summer hikes, I left the domain of blisters for good. So, they are good, but these turned out to be more durable. Some years of Wasatch had issues with sole of the shoe handling sharp rocks, scree and talus in Colorado. Sole on Scree just goes through it all, and outlasted Wasatch. Full review

Salomon Men's X Ultra 2 GTX

rated 5 of 5 stars Totally comfortable! Absolutely LOVE these shoes!!!! These are my first pair of Salomon shoes, and I'm beyond happy with the quality! I have been using them on mountain trails during the winter, which means mud, snow, more mud—and my feet come out 100% dry. The Grip is fantastic in deep mud, then you find a stream, wash the shoes off, and they are as good as new! One flaw, due to the studded nature of the sole they tend to be pretty slippery on smooth and wet or frozen surfaces. If that little… Full review

Merrell Men's Moab Ventilator

rated 4 of 5 stars I wear these shoes daily and during hiking. I highly recommend these shoes, especially if you wear a larger size shoe. These shoes fit true to size. I wear a size 12 and these shoes have fit my foot better than any other hiking shoe I have tried. I tried Salomons and they were very narrow for my size of foot and I do not have a wide foot. The laces last for years. I am on my second pair and I still wear my first pair that I bought at least 5 years ago and the laces are still intact. No break-in… Full review

Number One Shoes Cross Trekkers Polver

rated 5 of 5 stars These are a budget line of shoes from No 1 Shoes in New Zealand. Bought as an emergency replacement for expensive trail shoes. These have proved to be absolutely amazing value for the price and better quality than I ever expected These were bought by default after two pairs of expensive shoes crapped out within weeks of purchase. I just went to the nearest town center and on a strict budget bought these shoes to finish a long trail. They cost $50 NZ and I was not expecting much from them. What… Full review

Salomon Women's Techamphibian

rated 4 of 5 stars I bought these for biking in the summer. They feel great and are very cool and light. I haven't tried the fold down heel, but I plan to do that when the need arises. I bought these on eBay. The shoe fits my foot well. I wear a size 7.5 in regular shoes, so the 7 fit perfect and there is room for a sock. I love the easy adjustment with the lacing and the reinforced lace loops look like they'll last forever. I got them mainly for biking and hiking in the warmer months and they are great for that. Full review

Oboz Men's Sawtooth Low

rated 3 of 5 stars I've been thru about three different types of various Oboz hiking shoes, these being the most recent, and likely the last. I keep running into markdowns which propelled me into trying yet another pair. Unfortunately there is always some defect that leaves me just happy I did get them on "markdown." Every pair seemed to wear exceedingly fast. On one pair the grommets, which were really sewn straps, gave way. All are fairly technical looking but just reek of low cost manufacturing problems. Used three… Full review

Oboz Men's Sawtooth Low

rated 4 of 5 stars Oboz's Sawtooth Low hiking shoe is a comfortable, not-too-heavy shoe that's great for trails. The midsole provides plenty of cushioning and has an aggressive, mud-shedding tread that's grippy but appears to wear fairly quickly. They provide a medium amount of support and ventilate sweat quite well. I think this is a great shoe for day hikers or backpackers who prefer a lower, lighter shoe. The Basics: Details and Fit The Sawtooth (mine are a year-old model, purchased on sale) weighs in at a hair… Full review

Zamberlan Men's 130 SH Crosser GTX RR

rated 5 of 5 stars Worth every cent. I bought a pair of these last summer being somehow reluctant about this purchase because of my previous experience with Salomon Speedcross 3 that did not deliver as promised at all (even though these where a gift so...).I wear them as casual shoes in the city and also for some light backpacking when the inclination is low. Also the breathing is very good, keeping sweat to a minimum. The toe and heel area is reinforced with rubber for added protection against rocks. On the sides,… Full review

Lowa Men's Renegade II GTX Lo

rated 1 of 5 stars Not recommended. After 200 miles walking on pavement over 10 weeks both heels have worn down and one shoe has gone all the way through. This has never happened on any other shoe I've owned. The retailer and manufacturer claimed the issue was down to my walking style, i.e. too heavy on my heels! Eventually they replaced them and so we'll see what happens. Very expensive shoe only to last 200 miles. Full review

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